Cover -- TOC36;Contents -- Introduction -- CH36;How Executives Develop -- CH36;Those Who Derail -- CH36;The Process of Derailment -- CH36;Derailment58; The Individual Face -- CH36;Michelle -- CH36;Developing Michelle -- CH36;But What About Sexism63; -- CH36;Derailment58; The Organizational Face -- CH36;Feedback on an Effectiveness and Derailment Profile -- CH36;Increasing Variety of Experience for Managers -- CH36;Becoming an Active Learner -- Conclusion -- References -- Appendix -- Last Page.
Some of the strengths that lead high-potential managers to early promotions can become weaknesses. When this happens, many whose careers have been full of promise stumble, creating huge organizational and personal waste. Much derailment, however, is preventable. By looking at the problem from both an individual and organizational perspective, this report shows how.
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